Typha latifolia (Broadleaf Cattail) is a species of perennial herb in the family Typhaceae. It has a self-supporting growth form. It is associated with freshwater habitat. Broadleaf Cattail is native to Alaska, the contiguous United States, Canada, United States, western north america, the Hawaiian Islands, eastern north america, North America, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Canada, Yugoslavia, Iran, Kenya, Moldova, Ireland, Spain, Syria, Nigeria, Russia, Georgia, Romania, Japan, Germany, Armenia, the Netherlands, Turkmenistan, Mexico, Uzbekistan, United States, France, Belgium, Ethiopia, Bulgaria, Argentina, Jordan, Hungary, Azerbaijan, Lebanon, Albania, Mongolia, United Kingdom, Israel, Latvia, Estonia, Afghanistan, Uganda, Guatemala, Greece, Sweden, Pakistan, Denmark, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belarus, Tanzania, Ukraine, Poland, Turkey, Algeria, Brazil, China, Morocco, Paraguay, Portugal, Kyrgyzstan, Austria, Italy, Finland, Norway, Amazônia, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Pará, São Paulo, and Rio Grande do Sul. It has simple, broad leaves and brown flowers. It is a photoautotroph. Individuals can grow to 1.7 m. Broadleaf Cattail has unisexual flowers.
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